Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Archaic, Early Woodland and Middle Woodland dating back to 499 BC.
Many famous people are associated with these Outagamie County historic places including Charles A. Grignon, Julius J. Martens, Capt. Matthew J. Meade, Norman Brokaw and John Hart Whorton.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Outagamie County places including John H. Hayes, Henry VanStrom, James Garvey, William Waters, Henry G. Ashman, Druiding, Luther Lindauer, J.N. Kundert, Charles Hove and Roy Oliver Papenthein. Prominent architectural styles found in Outagamie Country are Queen Anne, Romanesque and Bungalow/Craftsman.